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Be adventurous. And, visit San Antonio. A city rich in history, bursting with culture, and booming with modern attractions, San Antonio invites visitors to discover what’s old and explore what’s new. From our spectacular parks and green spaces, to festive seasonal events, to local shopping, dining and drinking. We have it all. And, we’re eager to host you.
San Antonio River Walk: Dining, Shopping, Cruises & Entertainment -
Explore a vibrant riverside neighborhood with colorful restaurants and bars, live entertainment, boat cruises and plenty of shopping. The River Walk is one of San Antonio's top attractions, a series of pedestrian walkways that is perfect for strolling. You'll find many of the city's tourist draws along the river, including the Pearl Brewery, San Antonio Museum of Art and HemisFair Park.
SeaWorld San Antonio: Amazing Animals, Rides, and Tours
Experience the magic of the underwater realm when you visit this world-class marine mammal park, aquarium and theme park. Situated in the Westover Hills District, this massive park is the largest of its kind in the world. Discover incredible animal shows and exhibits, sign up for a backstage tour, and take a thrilling ride on a roller coaster.
Spread across 200 acres, this massive theme park features six themed areas including numerous water rides and special areas for small children. From exciting roller coasters and water slides to live entertainment and carnival games, this incredible amusement park has something for everyone.
Taking a stroll down Main Street will find you taken back to Boerne's German Heritage. You will find the arts, great shops and dining truly unique to Boerne. Originally built around the cool clean waters of Cibolo Creek the original ecosystem has been protected in the form of a 100 acre preserve with 4 distinct areas, marshland, grassland, river bottom and woodland.
The Texas Hill Country is home to over 50 wineries and vineyards and Fredericksburg is the epicenter of Texas Wine Country. There are more than 40 wineries and tasting rooms located in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County -- not to mention dozens more wineries located within an hour or two drive of Fredericksburg. Our Gillespie County wineries have been producing a variety of quality wines that have won both state and national honors. Wine production in Fredericksburg dates back to the original settlers who used the native mustang grape to produce wines.
Luckenbach Texas, where “Everybody’s Somebody”, established as a trading post in 1849. There is an old dance hall still in use every weekend, live music daily, a General Store and a bar. A great place to visit, sit back under the old 500-year-old oak trees, relax and listen to live music. Luckenbach reflects an eclectic mix of its early history, the larger than life persona of Hondo Crouch and an unrivaled legacy of great music that makes everyone indeed “Somebody” in Luckenbach.
Gruene Hall, built in 1878, is Texas’ oldest continually operating and most famous dance hall. By design, not much has physically changed since the Hall was first built. The 6,000 square foot dance hall with a high pitched tin roof still has the original layout with side flaps for open air dancing, a bar in the front, a small lighted stage in the back and a huge outdoor garden.